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AlanG

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Maybe i should take note of what i've just said to Bob but, i feel that i also must apologise for not updating this build. Had a slight accident at work that involved me, a barn door, high winds and a 6ft flight in the air with a undignified crash landing in a sh**ty puddle. Suffice to say that one dislocated thumb, bruised elbow, knee and whiplash later, i'm a little reluctant to sit at mymodel desk and fiddle with little tiny bits of plastic lol.

Hopefully will be back to it this weekend.
 

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Hi Alan
Sounds rough. Take things easy. I know in farming it is not easy to take things easy but try. I read somewhere that farming is up there at the top for accidents.
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I'll be ok Bob. Just sore and my hand is a little weak as i cannot grip properly. Joys of having to work in all the elements to bring people their food. Some people out there just see a packet on a shelf and don't understand what it takes to get it there lol
 

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Ouch , sounds nasty al , hope theres no permanent damage ( barn doors are expensive ) ;) . Seriously though hope your thumb and whiplash and bruised pride get better soon , im itching to see the heinkel get going , cheers tony
 

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Cheers guys. Accident forms all filled in and an interview with the H&S manager on Friday. Deep joy.

Will get back to the build this weekend. Want to get this build done and have a crack at the squiggle paint scheme.
 

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HI Al wow 73 masked wow you must have some patience but lookin good this is a must see blog for me great work
chris
 

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Hi Alan
Hope you're on the road to recovery.
Masking looks neat and tidy. A real painstaking job.
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Cheers guys. Got there eventually. Some of the Eduard masks didn't fit properly so had to either cut or extend them. I've found this before with Eduard. Never had a problem with any other manufacturers ones. Might have to use others instead in the future (providing they are available).
 
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